How to check the version of .NET Core on an Azure App Service

.NET Core Benjamin Perkins
.NET Core Benjamin Perkins

If you would like to check the version of .NET core installed on the Azure App Service platform you can execute the following command from KUDU/SCM, which i discuss further here.  Also show in Figure 1. Figure 1, how to check .NET Core version, which .NET Core version is running on Azure App Service You…

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How to capture an ASP.NET Core memory dump on Azure App Service

Azure App Service
Azure App Service

I have written numerous articles about ASP.NET and creating memory dumps, but noticed I had not written one specifically about capturing an ASP.NET Core memory dump on an Azure App Service.  Here are some of my ‘related’ articles of this matter. Create a memory dump for your slow performing Web App How to take a…

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Creating a NuGet package for my .NET Standard class library

.NET Core Benjamin Perkins
.NET Core Benjamin Perkins

I successfully created and published my first NuGet package that included a .NET Standard class library here.  It is nothing specificly awesome but it’s pretty cool, simple and something I have never done before.  I simply executed this msbuild command on my .NET Standard class library and it built the package for me. Before I…

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Target .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0

.NET Core Benjamin Perkins
.NET Core Benjamin Perkins

I originally downloaded and installed the 2.0.0-download.md version of the .NET Core SDK and Runtime from GitHub here. The mistake I made was to install the SDK Installer for the bit of my Visual Studio instead of my OS.  I am running a 32bit version of Visual Studio on 64bit version of windows. I was…

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How to install .NET Standard 2.0

Microsoft .NET Benjamin Perkins
Microsoft .NET Benjamin Perkins

The release of .NET Standard has been officially announced here.  I looked for a way to update .NET Standard to version 2.0 as I could see it was not installed on my workstation.  As shown in Figure 1, I only had version 1.0 – 1.6 installed. Figure 1, how to upgrade, install new version of…

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How to install .NET Core 2.0

.NET Core Benjamin Perkins
.NET Core Benjamin Perkins

The release of .NET Core has been officially announced here.  I looked for a way to update .NET Core to version 2.0 as I could see it was not installed on my workstation.  As shown in Figure 1, I only had version 1.0 and 1.1 installed. Figure 1, how to upgrade, install new version of…

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ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework Core SqlException: cannot openserver

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

I am doing some ASP.NET Core self study and experienced this issue.  The thing is that my client IP changes from time to time and need to add it to the the firewall so that database connections are allowed to it.  This happens mostly when I am debugging or coding from my workstation while the…

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404 when I deploy an ASP.NET Core Web API

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

When I deployed an ASP.NET Core Web API to my Azure App Service API App I received a 404 Not Found when the page was opened, as seen in Figure 1. Figure 1, 404 ASP.NET Core The reason for this is that the deployment or default ASP.NET Core Web API template does not include a…

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ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework Core error, Login Failed

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

I was working with the EF NuGet package Microsoft.EntityFramework.Tools.DotNet and executed the command-line interface (CLI), also shown in Figure 1. dotnet ef database drop Running this method resulted in the same behavior: context.Database.EnsureDeleted(); Figure 1, Entity Framework Core, CLI I am not sure what exactly I was thinking, but it I did not really expect…

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ASP.NET Core with Entity Framework Core – ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

This is another one, Figure 1, that just kind of happened because I dropped my database.  Once I re-created the database and my ASP.NET Core application could access it, all was back to normal. Figure 1, ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT environment variable to Development, and restarting the application. Error. An error occurred while processing your request. Development Mode…

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Remote debug your Azure App Service 2017 including ASP.NET Core

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

We are moving at cloud speed here, I wrote this one here less that a year ago “Remote debug your Azure App Service Web App” that discusses how to use Cloud Explorer to remotely attach a debugger to an Azure App Service in Visual Studio 2015, now let’s see how you can do the same…

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Machine Keys on an Azure App Service, machineKey multiple instances Azure

Azure App Service
Azure App Service

When you run an ASP.NET application on multiple instances of an App Service Plan (ASP) you do not need to worry about machineKeys as the App Service Platform will use the same one across all your instances and therefore will not need to make any changes to your application. I found this sample code and…

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How to copy files or deploy code to a Nano Server

IIS Internet Information Services
IIS Internet Information Services

I am writing numerous posts about IIS on Nano with my intent to get an ASP.NET Core application up and running on it.  There are already instructions for this shown directly below, but I like to do the exercise myself and document my experiences and lessons in addition. #ASPNETCORE #Nano #IIS What’s new in IIS…

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ASP.NET Core (-4077,–4047,–4089, -4095)

ASP.NET Core
ASP.NET Core

If you get any of these errors, take a memory dump of your process, like I discuss below and look at the stacks. Create a memory dump for your slow performing Web App How to take a memory dump from a specific App Service instance Create and deploy an ASP.NET Core Web API to Azure…

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